Under the project Strengthening Climate Adaptation Capacities in the South Caucasus the kick off meeting was held on 4-5 March, 2019 at Ilia State University.
On December 10 the new agreement was signed between the Sustainable Caucasus and Swiss Cooperation South Caucasus which marked the start of the implementation phase for the project Strengthening Climate Adaptation Capacities in South Caucasus (SCAC).
Institute of Geography National Academy Sciences of Azerbaijan together with Inter-Islamic Science and Technology Network on Oceanography (INOC) is organizing international conference on “UNDERSTANDING THE PROBLEMS OF INLAND WATERS: CASE STUDY FOR THE CASPIAN BASIN (UPCB)”.
Conference will be held on 12 - 14 May 2018 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
On 6-7 November SNC-mt Planning Workshop was held at Tbilisi State University under the “Sustainable Caucasus Project”.
On 4-8 June, 2017 The Institute of Geography of Russian Academy of Sciences is hosting the thematic conference "Practical Geography and XXI Century Challenges" dedicated to the 100 year anniversary of the Institute.
The IX International Scientific-Practical Conference "Mountain Territories: Priorities of Development" will be held October 23rd to 25th 2017 in Vladikavkaz. The Conference is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of implementation of ideology of sustainable development of mountain territories in the Caucasus.
Under the SCOPES project “Supporting Sustainable Mountain Development in the Caucasus (Sustainable Caucasus)” a Lessons Learned Workshop was held on 20-21 June in Borjomi, Georgia.
As part of its continuing education program, the University of Geneva proposes a new Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) called «Geomatics for a Sustainable Environment» in English. The instructor-led teachings will take place as a Geneva summer school from 4 to 15 September 2017.
In the framework of the project «Supporting Sustainable Mountain Development in the Caucasus (Sustainable Caucasus)», geospatial data has been designated as a key element to support the process towards sustainable mountain development.
On 28-30 November 2016, the First Caucasus Mountain Forum (CMF) was held in Tbilisi, Georgia, gathering over 150 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russian Federation, Iran, Turkey, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Poland, Kenya, etc.